Five Ferry Operators Get EU Funding to Install Scrubbers

Five Ferry Operators Get EU Funding to Install Scrubbers (2)

Five European ferry operators are to receive European Union (EU) grants totalling EUR 48 million towards the cost ...

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Busan Port Wants More Transshipment Cargo

Busan Port Wants More Transhipment Cargo

South Korea’s Ministry of Ocean and Fisheries and the Busan Port Authority (BPA) have unveiled plans to turn ...

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Venice Gets EU Funds to Build Mama Vessel Prototype

Venice Gets EU Funds to Build Mama Vessel Prototype

The European Union has granted EUR 9.7 million to Italy’s Port of Venice and Rimorchiatori Riuniti Panfido to ...

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Thome, WSS Pen Safety Service Agreement

Thome, WSS Pen Safety Service Agreement

Singapore-based ship management company Thome and Wilhelmsen Ships Service (WSS) have signed a Safety Service ...

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LR, Penn Oak Energy Join Forces on LNG

Gas tanker LNG

Lloyd’s Register North America, Inc. (LR) has teamed with Penn Oak Energy Corp with the aim of helping companies ...

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Port Hedland Preps for Iron Ore Transport Growth

Port Hedland Preps for Rising Iron Ore Cargo Inflow

Australia’s largest bulk export port, Port Hedland, is set to receive a new marine control tower and ...

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Wärtsilä to Axe 600

Wärtsilä to Axe 600

Finnish engineering company Wärtsilä plans to let go 600 employees from its Marine Solutions department, despite an ...

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Hyundai Heavy and Accenture Teaming Up on Smart Ship Project

Hyundai Heavy and Accenture Teaming Up on Smart Ship Project

South Korean shipbuilding giant Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and NYSE -listed Accenture are collaborating to ...

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Pelindo III Returns to Konecranes

Pelindo III Returns to Konecranes

Port automation provider Konecranes has received a repeat order for an automated RTG (ARTG) system from PT ...

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Port of Los Angeles in Zero Emissions Drive

Port of Los Angeles in Zero Emission Drive

The Port of Los Angeles has issued a draft white paper on zero emission technology that details the Port’s testing ...

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Wärtsilä Engine Chosen for CMA CGM’s Titan

wartsila

WinGD, a joint venture between Finnish marine engine builder Wärtsilä and China State Shipbuilding Corporation, has ...

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South Korea Chooses China Consortium to Lift Sewol Ferry

South Korea Chooses Sewol Salvor

South Korea has chosen a consortium led by China’s state-run Shanghai Salvage Co. as the preferred bidder to ...

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Antwerp Looks For LNG Bunkering Terminal Concessionaire

Antwerp Looks For LNG Bunkering Terminal Concessionary

Belgian Port of Antwerp has issued a request for proposals for a concessionaire to build and operate a permanent ...

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South Korea Plans LNG Bunkering Terminals

South Korea Plans LNG Bunkering Terminals

South Korea plans to construct liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering facilities at a number of its ports as part of ...

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SMT Validation Project Backed by EU

SMT Validation Project Backed by EU

The Sea Traffic Management Validation Project, an offshoot of the MONALISA projects focusing on route planning, has ...

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Helsinki and Tallinn Land EU Funds for TWIN-PORT II

Helsinki and Tallinn Land EU Funds for TWIN-PORT II Project

The Baltic Sea ports of Helsinki and Tallinn have received EUR 29.3 million from the European Union for their ...

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BC Ferries Delays Spirit Class Duo Upgrades

BC Ferries Delays Spirit Class Duo Upgrades

Canadian ferry operator, BC Ferries, has postponed the mid-life upgrades and LNG conversion for its two Spirit ...

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Canada Backs Port Saint John Modernization Project

Canada Backs Port Saint John Modernization Project

Canada has set aside CAD 68.3 million (USD 53.8m) of federal funds to finance a portion of a CAD 205 million ...

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Two Die in Scaffolding Collapse at Brazilian Oil Terminal

Barra do Riacho Terminal

Two workers drowned yesterday after a part of a pier at a Brazilian oil terminal operated by Petrobras gave way and ...

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Cargotec Nabs Two

Cargotec Nabs Two

Cargotec has, through Kalmar and MacGregor, won contracts to retrofit two ship-to-shore (STS) cranes in Egypt, and ...

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Fjord Line Opens First Danish LNG Bunkering Terminal

Hirtshals

Port of Hirtshals became the first Danish port to offer LNG bunkering services following the opening of Fjord ...

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Hamburg Tackles Illegal Ship Waste Dumping

Hamburg Fights Illegal Waste Dumping from Ships

All ships calling at the Port of Hamburg are now allowed to dispose of the six-times higher amount of waste at no ...

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Haiti's First Panamax Port Up and Running

Haiti's First Panamax Port Up and Running

The economy of the Caribbean island nation of Haiti is set to receive a major boost after the country’s first ...

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Rolls-Royce Spearheads Study into Autonomous Ships

Rolls-Royce Spearheads Study into Autonomous Ships

Rolls-Royce is to lead the new EUR 6.6 million Advanced Autonomous Waterborne Applications Initiative to produce ...

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California Approves Maritime Emissions Treatment System

California Approves Maritime Emissions Treatment System

Clean Air Engineering-Maritime (CAEM) has received California Air Resources Board (CARB) approval for the first ...

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Gazprom and Gasunie Sign Small Scale LNG Deal

Gazprom and Gasunie Sign Small Scale LNG Deal

Russian oil and gas major Gazprom and a Dutch natural gas infrastructure and transportation company Gasunie have ...

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Container Equipment Prices Fall to Record Lows

APL Oakland CA Terminal

Low material costs and stable demand has driven the price of new container equipment down to record lows where it ...

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